If you’ve always wanted to treat the kids to a trip to Legoland Windsor Resort , then you should defintely check out the theme park’s latest offer!
Just in time for the half term and summer holidays, Legoland has slashed prices of its annual passes, starting from £49per person – meaning a saving of up to 30% off per person.
Considering an on-the-day gate ticket price starts from £47, it could be worth forking out the extra £2 and getting access to a whole season of fun thanks to the unlimited entry.
Not to mention there are plenty of extra money-saving perks such as discounts at the restaurants and shops.
There are three types of annual passes on offer;
- Saver Ticket for £49 per person (usually £70)
- Standard Ticket for £63 per person (usually £90)
- Premium Ticket for £77 per person (usually £110).
The discounted passes are already available to buy on the Legoland website here , or you can pick up one of the passes at the theme park itself.
There’s more good news for parents as you don’t need to panic buy – the sale lasts until 11th June 2018.
There are some bargains to be had too; for example, you could snap up a Premium Ticket for £7 more than the usual price of a Saver Ticket, meaning you could enjoy the extra perks such as a wider choice of valid days for unlimited entry, complimentary parking and discounted entrance on ‘Red Days’ aka when the park hosts special events.
This year the theme park has also welcomed some new additions including the LEGO Reef, a digital aquarium which uses touch screens and 3D animated models to bring the underwater world to life – and kids can even create their own sea creatures.
Meanwhile, the park has also expanded its popular Miniland attraction, with iconic landmarks such the Taj Mahal, St Basil’s Cathedral, the Sydney Opera House and the Forbidden City all boasting new miniature Lego versions.